In bustling Tokyo, space is a commodity. Your average hotel and Airbnb rentals in this metropolis boast modest-sized living conditions. Woe to thee if you’re taller than 1.7m, wider than a stop sign and as clumsy as a new-born calf. Chances are, the toilet sink sits nearer to the porcelain throne, the bed is too close to the desk and the fridge can barely contain the six-pack of Asahi you purchased from the nearby convenience store.
If living in coffin-sized accommodation doesn’t tickle your fancy, you might want to consider serviced apartments.
Oakwood Premier Tokyo is one such settlement. While it might be a familiar refuge for the corporate drone put up by the company for a temporary period of stay, serviced apartments are picking up traction as a mainstream option for tourists.
Each room at Oakwood Premier Tokyo is outfitted with basic amenities, replete with a stove, refrigerator… everything and the kitchen sink. Stock up the fridge with ingredients, cook up a meal with said ingredients. Sink into the comfort of the bed as you watch amusing Japanese advertisements. Stretch out your legs when you’re on the pooper. If your independence feels tired, the concierge is just a call button away.
And its location is convenient. Right next to Tokyo Station, Oakwood Premier Tokyo is also above the bus terminal for services to the airport. It’s a place away from home that feels like one.
Oakwood Premier Tokyo is located at 1-8-2 Marunouchi, Tokyo.